April 2015 News

Understanding the dangers of defective drugs

People throughout Tennessee, the U.S. and the world are often directed to use a range of over-the-counter and prescription medications each year. The purpose of such medications is generally to relieve symptoms or aid in the treatment of certain medical conditions. In some [...]
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Multi-vehicle crash kills 5 nursing students

Many Tennessee residents have likely seen news reports about a multi-vehicle accident in Georgia that resulted in five deaths. The fatal accident occurred on April 22 when seven vehicles crashed near Savannah on Interstate 16. In addition to the fatalities, two people were [...]
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Auto collision injures police chief

Tennessee Highway Patrol report that the chief of the Lewisburg Police Department was injured in a two-car collision during the early morning hours of April 18. Officials do not suspect that drugs or alcohol played a role in the crash.
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Speedway worker killed in car accident as passenger in luxury car

People in Tennessee are known to love their motor sports and fast cars. These hobbies are enjoyable but carry with them a certain amount of risk as evidenced by a car accident at Walt Disney World Speedway, an attraction that catered to those who like high-performance sports [...]
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Woman killed in truck accident

On the morning of April 14, Tennessee Highway Patrol crews reported to the scene of a truck accident in Rutherford County. The accident involved a commercial truck and a passenger car and resulted in fatal injuries to a 21-year-old woman. THP crews were reportedly investigating [...]
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Reasons for filing a wrongful death suit

Dealing with the death of a loved one can be difficult no matter what the cause is. When your loved one is taken suddenly due to the negligent actions of another party, it can be even more difficult to handle.
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Mines continue to manufacture unsafe working conditions

When it comes to safety in Nashville, Tennessee, regulations have been put into place that are designed to lower management and manufacturing risks. However, there are defective products or manufacturing or unsafe business practices that can create dangerous situations. [...]
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Following simple tips can avoid wet weather driving accidents

Tennessee and many other parts of the country are in the middle of the annual rainy season. However, automobile travel cannot wait for summer weather. In order to avoid being involved in one of the 1.2 million motor vehicle crashes each year, there are some basic tips to follow [...]
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Premature aging could be one effect of brain injury

Individuals in Tennessee who have suffered from a traumatic brain injury may have brains that age more rapidly than those that are uninjured. A study that appeared in the "Annals of Neurology" in April suggested that this premature aging may be one effect of a brain injury.
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3 die after eating tainted Blue Bell ice cream

With the departure of winter, Nashville residents are beginning to enjoy the warmer weather. For many people, this involves outdoor activities and sharing cold treats like ice cream and popsicles. Unfortunately, instances can arise in which such foods are contaminated by [...]
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Auto defect recalls are initiated in 2 situations

When an auto defect is discovered, recalls are often initiated in order to correct the problem and prevent consumer injuries. As many Nashville residents rely on automotive transportation on a daily basis, these recalls are a serious concern.
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